If you filed a civil suit in Dallas County between Sept. 28, 1996 and July 28, 1998, chances are that Tim Kelley has 30 bucks waiting for you.

What started out a decade ago as an effort by a handful of family lawyers to recover some suspicious filing fees collected by the county has ended up as a class action settlement that could pay out small dividends to over 80,000 people.

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